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A code library and command-line formatting tool for reformatting Swift code
AutoCoding is a category on NSObject that provides automatic support for NSCoding and NSCopying to every object.
This is the source for the Concurrency app: https://itunes.apple.com/app/concurrency/id738872892 - enjoy!
A simple, highly customisable, data-driven 3D carousel for iOS and Mac OS
FXKeychain is a lightweight wrapper around the Apple keychain APIs that provides a simple dictionary-like interface.
UIView subclass that replicates the iOS 7 realtime background blur effect, but works on iOS 5 and above.
SwipeView is a class designed to simplify the implementation of horizontal, paged scrolling views on iOS. It is based on a UIScrollView, but adds convenient functionality such as a UITableView-style dataSource/delegate interface for loading views dynamically, and efficient view loading, unloading and recycling.
A handy class that prompts users of your iPhone or Mac App Store app to rate your application after using it for a while. Similar to Appirater, but with a simpler, cleaner interface and automatic support for iOS fast application switching.
CountryPicker is a custom UIPickerView subclass that provides an iOS control allowing a user to select a country from a list. It can optionally display a flag next to each country name, and the library includes a set of 249 high-quality, public domain flag images from FAMFAMFAM (http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/flags/) that have been painstaki…
The Swift Programming Language
Testing HTTP requests has never been easier. Nocilla: Stunning HTTP stubbing for iOS and Mac OS X.
A Mac and iOS library for evaluating numeric expressions at runtime
A simple way to parse and generate XML on iOS and Mac OS. Converts an XML file to an NSDictionary which can then be easily traversed using the standard Cocoa keyPath mechanism. Can also output the contents of any dictionary as XML.
FXLabel improves upon the standard UILabel by providing a subclass that supports soft shadows, inner shadow and gradient fill, and which can easily be used in place of any standard UILabel.
StackView is a class designed to simplify the implementation of vertical stacks of views on iOS. You can think of it as a bit like a simplified version of UITableView.
Library for displaying remotely administered notifications within a Mac or iPhone app. Similar to Apple's push notifications, but more lightweight and only displayed at app launch time. Perfect for cross-promoting apps or pointing out non-obvious features.
Library for dynamically checking for updates to Mac/iPhone App Store apps from within the application and notifying users about the new release. Can also notify users about new features in the app the first time they launch after an upgrade.
AsyncImageView is a simple extension of UIImageView for loading and displaying images asynchronously on iOS so that they do not lock up the UI.
Download and decode progressive JPEGs on iOS.
A simple NSData category for gzipping/unzipping data in iOS and Mac OS
FXForms is an Objective-C library for easily creating table-based forms on iOS. It is ideal for settings pages, or user data entry tasks.
Automatically generate change log from your tags, issues, labels and pull requests on GitHub.
An elegant Swift wrapper around the Apple Keychain API
A Swift library for Mac and iOS that implements common 2D and 3D vector and matrix functions, useful for games or vector-based graphics
This library provides OrderedDictionary and MutableOrderedDictionary subclasses.
A collection of category methods designed to simplify the process of HTTP request construction and manipulation in Cocoa.
Simple class collection for creating an OpenGL view on iOS and loading and displaying 3D models and images in a variety of formats, including compressed and uncompressed PVRTC.
A faster and more flexible binary file format replacement for NSCoding, Property Lists and JSON
StandardPaths is a category on NSFileManager for simplifying access to standard application directories on iOS and Mac OS and abstracting the iCloud backup flags on iOS. It also provides support for working with device-specific file suffixes, such as the @2x suffix for Retina displays, or the -568h suffix for iPhone 5 and can optionally swizzle …